Presentation on theme: "Enlightenment, Transformational Leadership and Essentials of the Holy Grail."— Presentation transcript:
Enlightenment, Transformational Leadership and Essentials of the Holy Grail
Holograph (Whole is contained in its Parts) BodyMindSpirit Stage 5 Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 (the All and Everything, Oneness) We-ness Witness It-ness (Karma, the ‘stuff’ of life) What does it take to find, follow and fulfill our individual and collective destiny? T3 – Unconditional Trust T2 – Cause-Effect Trust T1 – Blind Trust “Knock, and the Door shall be opened unto you.”
Tribal LeadershipTribal Leadership, by Dave Logan, John King and Halee-Fisher-Wright, 2008
Strategy and Leadership Strategy and Leadership Booz & Company Fit-for-Growth Index Stage 5Charged for Growth Stage 4In the Game Stage 3Capability Constrained Stage 2Distracted Stage 1Strategically Adrift
WEWE MEME Maslow Hierarchy of Needs Self- Actualization Self-Esteem & Social Needs Safety & Security Survival Needs Website
Spiral Dynamics/Integral Theory: Spirals, Pyramids, Triangles, Crosses, Helixes, Spheres and Hierarchies Beautiful TrueGood “I/Me” First Person ME “It/Its” Third Person “Thou/We” Second Person Self-ActualizationSelf-Esteem, Ego NeedsSocial Needs, BelongingnessSafety, Security NeedsSurvival Needs WE ME Tier-2 Tier-1
Social Needs Survival Community Organization Individual Myers-Briggs Types (Jung) John Wooden Abraham Maslow Love Consciousness Stage 5We, Everyone in Stage 4Us, We’re great Stage 3Me, I got mine Stage 2Victim, Dependent Stage 1Alienated, Blind (Designed Future) (Default Future)
What How Why How What Tribal Leadership Stage 5Why – For everyone, holographicComplex, Emerging Future Stage 4Why – Purpose bigger than selfComplex, adaptive Stage 3How – Expert Skills/KnowledgeComplicated, Expert Stage 2What do I need to do?Simple Cause and Effect Stage 1Who do I need to kill/remove?Survival Cause and Effect
Three-factor Relationships Structure – Process – Outcome >>>> Having – Doing – Being >>>>> Being – Doing – Having >>>>> BeingHavingDoing OutcomesActionsAssets OutcomeProcessStructure FatherSon Holy Spirit SpiritMindBody HeartHeadHand Beautiful TrueGood
Three’s a Charm! Stage J-Health J5“Wow!”Showtime, everyone! J4“Let’s play!”“Three’s a Charm!” J3“I’m Great!”“Look at me!” J2“I’m a klutz”“I can’t do this.” J1“Life sucks”“Get outta my life.” Chris Bliss Magic
VisionaryCollaboratorDriver, DoerAnalyzer StrategistMarketerOperationsAnalyzer FreedomInnovationControlTradition Four-factor Models ME Robert Quinn “Change the World” FEBI Gini Whitlaw Cool Solid Tribal Leadership
Holograph (Whole is contained in its Parts) BodyMindSpirit Stage 5 Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 (the All and Everything, Oneness) We-ness Witness It-ness (Karma, the ‘stuff’ of life) What does it take to find, follow and fulfill our individual and collective potential? T3 – Unconditional Trust T2 – Cause-Effect Trust T1 – Blind Trust “Knock, and the Door shall be opened unto you.”
Needs not Met (Maslow):Maslow - Self-Esteem Needs - Social Needs - Safety and Security - Survival Seattle Fish Market: Self-Actualization: - Being Present - Choosing Attitudes - Making a Difference - Having Fun Transformational Shift S3 S2 S1 S5 S4 Leadership: - Integrity - Accountability - Commitment (Courage) Type A (Workaholic) Plan B (Whole and Complete)Whole and Complete - Strategy Maps/PackagesStrategy Maps/Packages - Gap Analysis, Mind MapsMind Maps - Link Maps, Relationships - Values/Noble CauseValues/Noble Cause - Noticing/Letting Go (always already Listening) (Having > Doing > Being) (Being > Doing > Having) “Begin with the End in Mind” Steve Covey “”When you change the way you think, what you think about will change.” Wayne Dyer Three Laws of Performance, Steve Zaffron/Dave Logan, Just do it! Upward Spiral ---Ben Zander--- Downward. Spiral Tribal Leadership, Dave Logan/John King/Halee Fisher-Wright,
StageDownward SpiralUpward Spiral S5 – “Life is great.” “Inspiring” “World Class Leadership”. One Team, One Voice, One Future, exceptional performance, setting world standards, acknowledging contributions. S4 – Rowing together, smooth rhythm, powerful strokes. “Thriving” “Woohoo, go, go, go!” Looking and listening while rowing hard, together, in alignment. Engaged listening, looking after one another. S3 – Rowing as individuals, not in communication. Moving some water. “Striving” “Why don’t they do it my way?” “I’ll have to do it myself.“ Telling others. Helpful, Micro-managing. Noticing something is missing, inquiry about what more is possible. Opening to better communication, and listening. S2 – Victim, beginner, trying to figure out what’s going on, not touching the water often. “Surviving”, ineffective “I’m confused”, “I’m lost.”, “If only someone showed me”, “should have, could’ve, would’ve”. Trying. Noticing that worry, frustration and ranting will not move the water. Inquiry about what one might learn or see that can release energy for better results. S1 - Alienated, angry, and hates water. “Floundering” “I want off”, sinking the boat, “How did I get into this?” Noticing the downward spiral leads to destruction and harm. Seeking assistance, guidance, therapy. Three Laws of Performance Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan, 2009 L1 – Performance and Action are correlated to how the World occurs for you/us (S1, S2, S3, S4, S5). L2 – How the World occurs for you/us arises in language. (WYSIWYG) L3 – Future based language transforms how situations occur to people (WYSIWYG).
Circles of Greatness: - A package is a triad committed to making a difference. Everyone in, No One Left Out. - Enrolling others is a function of core values and Noble Cause. - Reconcile Strategy by Outcomes, Assets and Behaviors (Actions). - ‘Pitch’ your Strategy, and review Regularly. -- It’s not the miles, it’s the Smiles that matter. One Team – One Voice – One Future Actual Reality My Reality Three Laws of Performance 1 : - Functional Constraints - Perceptual Constraints - WYSIWYG L1: Performance and Action is correlated to how we see things. L2: The way we see things arises in language (WYSIWYG) L3: The Future is shaped by how we speak and listen (WYSIWYSIWYG) 1 Three Laws of Performance, Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan, 2009.